Georgian Life

Clubs & Activities

Co-curricular Involvement

Being Georgian means getting involved beyond academics. RSGC makes it easy for you to do that, with plenty of opportunities both at lunchtime and after school. From acting in the school play or building the play’s set to managing the ball hockey league or debating a heated topic, there is surely something on the extensive menu to whet your appetite. And if there’s not, create something! RSGC encourages and facilitates students starting up their own clubs.

Junior School Clubs

Clubs in the Junior School are constantly evolving and changing. Here is a recent list of offerings: 
 
  • Art
  • Ball Hockey
  • Band
  • Chess
  • Coding
  • Construction
  • Cooking
  • Debating
  • Drama
  • Homework Club
  • Indoor Games
  • Judo
  • Lego
  • Lit Quiz
  • Mini Sticks
  • Outdoor Games
  • Photography
  • Ping Pong
  • Robotics
  • Silver Birch
  • Triathlon

Senior School Clubs

Clubs in the School School are constantly evolving and changing. Here is a recent list of offerings: 
 
  • Academic Council
  • Arts Council
  • Board Games
  • Book Club
  • Boxing & Fitness
  • Choir
  • Dr. Who Appreciation Club
  • Engineering
  • Environment
  • French
  • Gamers' Union
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • Judo
  • Miniature Painting 
  • Orchestra
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Philosophy
  • Ping Pong
  • Psychology
  • Reach for the Top
  • RSGC Ball Hockey League
  • Speakers' Union
  • Student Ambassadors
  • The Grifter Digital Magazine
  • Theatre Tech Crew
  • Vinyl Club

Cooking Club News

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  • Making palmiers!

    Mardi Michels
    The boys did a GREAT job this week making palmiers from "In the French kitchen with kids". A traditional after school snack made from puff pastry and sugar, palmiers can be made in a few different shapes and the boys tried their hand at rolling and folding the dough. The puff pastry is challenging to work with because you need to keep it as cool as possible and the boys worked quickly but neatly! As you can see, they did a wonderful job and I know they all enjoyed eating them!
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  • Making apple galettes!

    Mardi Michels
    The boys had a wonderful first session (depsite Halloween excitement!) making sweet shortcrust pastry from In the French kitchen with kids and filling it with apples and sugar for a quick seasonal dessert! We learned how to: tie aprons, wash hands, keep our hands quiet when we're not working, good listening skills, how to use a rolling pin, how to peel and slice apples, how to form a galette, how to clean up (including stacking the disheasher) and we learned to identify parts of a recipe. I'd say that's pretty good going for cooking in Halloween costumes!
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